3DA11Y.INFO is a student-led initiative at the University of Colorado Boulder to amass and share information about community-based efforts to develop 3D printable accessible learning materials for diverse learners. In conjunction with the Tactile Picture Book Project, we aim to support the emerging #3Da11y community.

Our hope is that this blog can stand as a platform for people to share examples of 3D printable, accessible information including pictures, books, diagrams, and tactile learning aids. Our hope is to increase discussion about the opportunities, dynamics, and challenges of creating accessible 3D printable learning materials.  We invite you to add comments on articles, contribute discussion points, and submit materials for us to post.  Please add comments under each article or send an email to contact@3da11y.info.

University of Colorado Boulder students Abby Stangl and Jeeeun Kim are using 3D printers to assist the blind in understanding pictures better. (Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)
University of Colorado Boulder student Jeeeun Kim created a tactile version of Good Night Moon. (Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)

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